Philosophies of Disability and the Global Pandemic

If you were away from your computer early in the New Year, you may have missed my previous post about the special issue of International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies on this theme that I guest edited. The issue, which is open access, includes my introduction to the issue and my article on philosophy of […]

Special Issue on Indigeneity and Disability

The current issue (vol. 41, no. 4, 2021) of the interdisciplinary journal Disability Studies Quarterly is devoted to the theme “Indigeneity and Disability.” The TOC for the issue and links to its contents are below. Vol. 41, No. 4 (2021) Fall 2021 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/dsq.v41i4 Table of Contents Prefatory Matter Indigeneity & Disability: Kinship, Place, and Knowledge-MakingJuliet […]

New Publication: Philosophies of Disability and the Global Pandemic, Special Issue of International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies – Open Access!

I am delighted that Philosophies of Disability and the Global Pandemic, the special issue of International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies that I guest edited, has (finally) been published! The issue (and journal) is open access. In addition to my introduction to the issue and my article on philosophy of disability; conceptual engineering; and the […]

CFP: Epistemic Injustices (deadline: Sept. 30, 2021/30 de septiembre, 2021)

Call for Papers Epistemic Injustices Estudios de Filosofía No 66, June-December 2022 Philosophy journal The concept of epistemic injustice has been a focus of interest in contemporary philosophical discussions. The conceptualization of epistemic injustice echoes the need to erase the apparent boundaries between epistemology and other areas of philosophy. This dialogue highlighted the connections between epistemic relations […]

CFP: Special Issue of Res Cogitans: The Philosophy of Aging (deadline: Sept. 15, 2021)

This special issue of Res Cogitans will present philosophical perspectives on aging and the life course. One central focus is vulnerability and imperfection. Elderly people are standardly categorized as vulnerable, but vulnerability tends to be understood in a narrowly biomedical way, rather than being seen as a part of life, conceived biographically and existentially and […]

CFP: Ocean Feminisms (deadline: Oct. 1, 2021)

AMERASIA JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE CALL FOR PAPERS Ocean Feminisms Guest Editors: Celia Tagamolila Bardwell-Jones (University of Hawai‘i at Hilo), Stephanie Nohelani Teves (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa), and Joyce Pualani Warren (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa) Publication Date: Planned for Fall 2022 Submission Requirements: 5,000-6,000 words (not including endnotes), due October 1, 2021 This special issue aims to center Indigenous epistemologies of the sea alongside settler responsibilities through transoceanic reflections. The guest editors recognize as […]

CFP: Feminist Metaphilosophy (deadline: Mar. 31, 2021)

‘Metaphilosophy’ emerged in the late 1960s as a discipline aimed at investigating the nature of philosophy. General metaphilosophical topics include philosophy’s aims, missions, methods, and objects, as well as philosophy’s relation to other disciplines and society, broadly understood. Within contemporary debates, special attention has been given to the prescriptive dimension of metaphilosophy, which invites normative answers to […]

Philosophy of Disability, Conceptual Engineering, and the Nursing Home-Industrial-Complex

The writing below constitutes an excerpt of the penultimate version of my article “Philosophy of Disability, Conceptual Engineering, and the Nursing Home-Industrial-Complex,” which will appear in Philosophies of Disability and the Global Pandemic, a special issue that I’m guest editing for The International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies. The issue should be out by June […]